'I Could Indict Them in 3 Seconds!': Pirro & Geraldo Battle Over Video of Dem Operatives
When Judge Jeanine Pirro and Geraldo Rivera get together on Fox & Friends, the debate is always a must-see.
Today was no different as the two got into it over the Project Veritas video - released this week by James O'Keefe - which appears to show Democrats talking about inciting violence at a Donald Trump rally in Chicago.
O’Keefe’s extensive video investigation reveals that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) are involved in “bird-dogging” and other provocative tactics through a web of consultants led by Robert Creamer, a veteran Chicago activist and convicted felon who is thought to have planned Democrats’ political strategy during the push for Obamacare in 2009 and 2010.
Creamer is also the co-founder of Democracy Partners, a consulting group that, according to Project Veritas videos, apparently contracts directly with the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC, and that works with an array of super PACs and consultants to organize, film and publicize their provocations.
Creamer reportedly visited the White House more than 300 times since 2009 and met with the president 47 times, including as recently as June.
The video has been viewed on YouTube more than 5.3 million times, while a separate clip alleges that Democrats are committing voter fraud on a massive scale.
On the couch this morning, Rivera argued that the tape and the WikiLeaks revelations are coming too late in the game to affect voters.
Judge Pirro countered that it's not about politics, it's about justice and the fact that inciting people to commit violence is a crime.
"I'm talking about justice in this country," she said.
Rivera expressed doubt that authorities could bring any charges based solely on the footage.
"I could indict them in three seconds!" Pirro, a former district attorney, fired back.
"Don't tell me there isn't evidence there to file a charge and get a conviction."
Rivera said he still questions that the "braggadocio" seen on the tape could be made into a specific criminal charge by a prosecutor.
Watch the full debate above and let us know your thoughts. Plus, don't miss Judge Pirro on Justice, Saturday at 9:00pm ET on Fox News Channel!
— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) October 21, 2016